Updated April 2020 Links and download for tax year 2019 If you are thinking about purchasing a home, how do you calculate your estimated York County South Carolina property taxes We did an article back in 2008 titled "ITS PROPERTY TAX TIME IN YORK COUNTY SC FORT MILL, TEGA CAY RAISE MILLAGE RATES" which is very popular this time of year. The article gives in-depth instructions on how York Continue Reading about How To Calculate Your Property Taxes In York County SC
York County will begin mailing ?Notice of Assessment? letters to York County SC property owners this month. Your property is reassessed every 5 years or sooner if you make improvements or transfer (buy) property. The last County 5 year reassessment was in 2006. There is a good chance your home value in Fort Mill, Rock Hill, Tega Cay, Lake Wylie, Clover, etc will show an increase this Continue Reading about York County SC Home Values Will Show An Increase This Year
2009 property tax rates have been established and tax bills are going out for all cities in York County South Carolina including Clover, Fort Mill, Tega Cay, and Rock Hill. Not surprisingly, several cities have increased property taxes again. There are a few cities where millage rates are flat or actually lower. Fort Mill and Tega Cay have the largest increase in millage rates. If your Continue Reading about Are Your 2009 Fort Mill, Tega Cay, Rock Hill, York County Property Taxes Increasing?
It is tax time and you should be receiving your York County, SC property tax bill for tax year 2008. (here is 2009 Milage rate Chart) I know Carmen occasionally receives property tax questions from home buyers so I thought this would be a good time to pass on local property tax information. See an updated article?How To Calculate Your Property Taxes In York County SC So how are home property Continue Reading about It’s Property Tax Time in York County SC – Fort Mill, Tega Cay Raise Millage Rates
The Tega Cay city council is working on transferring $320,000 from the Parks and Recreation budget to finish the Glennon Center. Residents passed a $3.1 million bond in 2006 for the new center. But because of rising construction costs the bond amount fell short of the actual construction costs and the city needs more cash to complete the center. Continue Reading about Tega Cay’s New Glennon Center Needs Cash to Finish Construction
I don't hear much talk from home owners about the South Carolina property tax cut that went into effect fall 2007. Carmen and I were happy after looking at our lower property tax bill a few months ago. I did a Google search today and found? a couple articles about the tax cut. Mike Terry, a Mount Pleasant real estate agent, had a blog post about the tax cut or should I say tax swap. Here is a Continue Reading about Whos Talking About The South Carolina Homeowners Property Tax Cut?